billingsgate

[ bil-ingz-geyt or, esp. British, -git ]SEE DEFINITION OF billingsgate

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"I don't choose to descend to Billingsgate," said Sir Francis.

"That'll do, Forsythe," said Sampson, interrupting the flow of billingsgate.

Listen to the young woman, you Mackrell, or you'll get Billingsgate!

They talk forever and forever, and that is the kind of billingsgate they use.

Lady Mallowe's temper was as elemental as any Billingsgate could provide.

It is time to go away, and soon Billingsgate will be nearly desolate.

But I cannot help saying that she had a Billingsgate temperament.

The anecdote of Dr. Johnson and the Billingsgate virago is well known.

That scorns to stoop to Billingsgate, or ape the bold bargee.

Though he put it in different lingo, for this Billingsgate then was not.

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